2022.12.3.1 Official Tesla Release Notes

Over-the-Air (OTA) recall We performed an Over-the-Air (OTA) recall remedy of the drive inverter software

Over-the-Air (OTA) recall

We performed an Over-the-Air (OTA) recall remedy of the drive inverter software on your vehicle. The remedy will gradually activate the drive inverter components while your vehicle is charging to further reduce the very low risk of power interruption during a drive cycle. There is no action you need to take, and Tesla will continuously monitor your vehicle’s drive inverter following this update.

Range Display

2022.12.3 release notes

Your vehicle’s range estimation has been modified to better represent real-world conditions.

Additional Bottom Bar Customization

New Model S

Model 3

New Model X

Model Y

2022.12.1 release notes

You can now add vehicle controls such as defrost, windshield wipers and seat heaters to the bottom bar. Long press any app icon to enter edit mode, then drag the desired control to the bottom bar.

Everything new with the launcher

Disney+

Model S

Model 3

Model X

Model Y

Available in these countries…

Europe

Mexico

New Zealand

Singapore

Taiwan

2022.12.1 release notes

Tesla Theater now supports Disney+. To launch Tesla Theater, tap the Theater icon in the Application Launcher while your car is in PARK.

Navigation Routes

Model S

Model 3

Model X

Model Y

2022.12.1 release notes

Navigation route guidance will now consider your vehicle’s width when planning routes. Additionally, the navigation system will use VICS (Vehicle Information and Communication System) data for traffic-based routing.

Child Lock

New Model S

Model 3

New Model X

Model Y

2022.12.1 release notes

Child Lock can now be enabled for a single rear door. Tap Controls > Child Lock, and select Right, Left, or Both.

Charging Time Estimation

Legacy Model X

Legacy Model S

2022.12.1 release notes

Estimated charging times are now more accurate by taking into account current battery pack temperature when a vehicle is connected to a Supercharger, or a third-party fast charger.

Additional Mobile App Controls

Model S

Model 3

Model X

Model Y

2022.12.1 release notes

Dog Mode and Camp Mode can now be enabled from the Tesla app. Note: This functionality requires mobile app version 4.7.0.

Tesla Tutorials

Model S

Model 3

Model X

Model Y

Available only in
Japan, South Korea

2022.12.1 release notes

Learn more about your car with step-by-step video tutorials. To access, tap the Application Launcher > Theater > Tesla Tutorials when parked.

Rear Display Improvements

Rear display seat heaters

This is an undocumented change in this release.

The seat heater visualization for the rear display has been updated. The vehicle seats are now displayed in a horizontal orientation, similar to the main display.

If your vehicle is equipped with a third row, you can now adjust the heated seats for the third row from the rear display as well.

New Language Support

Model S

Model 3

Model X

Model Y

2022.12.1 release notes

Your touchscreen is now available in Turkish. To switch your language setting, tap Controls > Display > Touchscreen Language.

Browser Improvements

Model S

Model 3

Model X

Model Y

Compass moved to top right corner

This is an undocumented change in this release.

The web browser in your car has been updated to provide a better experience. The browser is now based off of Chromium 98 instead of Chromium 88, which was released in January 2021. Over the past year there have been various big improvements to Chromium, including a faster version of V8, Chromium’s JavaScript engine.

In addition to being updated to a more recent version of Chromium, there have been several improvements made to make browsing easier and more efficient.

You can now also clear your browser’s history by navigating to Controls > Service and tapping on ‘Clear Browser Data’.

View all browser improvements

Compass / Always North

Model S

Model 3

Model X

Model Y

Compass moved to top right corner

This is an undocumented change in this release.

The compass, which can also be used as a button to switch the navigation system between always north or having your vehicle always facing upward, was moved to the top left corner with the v11 update.

With this update, the compass has been moved back to the top right of the screen, where it was originally located.

Released on
April 21, 2022

The release notes above are official Tesla release notes. The models and regions each feature is limited to is derived from user data.

https://www.notateslaapp.com/software-updates/version/2022.12.3.1/release-notes